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Arizona: Monsoon Season is now calendar-based

Yeah I believe two years ago there was one reported. I got pics of the hail core... I didnt really know what to look for back then. Yeah its thirty miles from PV. I went to school there at Bradshaw Mountain High. Yeah Couldnt tell you, but their tops are like 45 50k ... Yeah they were supercells. Atleast a few....

http://stormaddiction.com/tornadowarning.html

I dont believe that spotter saw one, but who knows. I didnt see it, I was out chasing in my flippen golf cart!!!! It was intense.




PUBLIC INFORMATION STATEMENT NATIONAL
WEATHER SERVICE FLAGSTAFF AZ 930 PM MST
SUN JUL 16 2006

...SEVERE WEATHER ACROSS NORTHERN
ARIZONA TODAY

... SCATTERED THUNDERSTORMS DEVELOPED
OVER THE MOGOLLON RIM TODAY THEN
RAPIDLY MOVED SOUTH INTO YAVAPAI AND GILA
COUNTIES. THESE STORMS DEVELOPED A
SUPER CELL THUNDERSTORM IN NORTHERN GILA
COUNTY THAT MOVED WESTWARD INTO EAST
CENTRAL YAVAPAI COUNTY. THIS ONE STORM
LASTED FOR OVER TWO HOURS AND PROMPTED
THE ISSUANCE OF ONE SEVERE THUNDERSTORM
WARNING...ONE TORNADO WARNING AND ONE
URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY.
THERE WERE TWO SEVERE STORM REPORTS
TODAY IN NORTHERN ARIZONA. THE FIRST
REPORT WAS FROM THE PUBLIC...STRONG WIND
GUSTS WERE ESTIMATED BETWEEN 60 TO 65
MPH IN CORDES JUNCTION...YAVAPAI
COUNTY...AT 610 PM MST. THE SECOND REPORT
WAS FROM A TRAINED WEATHER SPOTTER WHO
REPORTED A TORNADO CROSSING INTERSTATE
17...ONE MILE NORTH OF THE SUNSET POINT
REST AREA AT 620 PM MST. NO OTHER SEVERE
STORM OBSERVATIONS HAVE BEEN REPORTED
AT THIS TIME.
 
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